Gingerbread AT-AT


11 Responses to “Gingerbread AT-AT”

  1. Mike Haggar says:

    My wife actually just finished making a Gingerbread Ewok Village for the Festival of Trees.. no pics online yet, but there will be  hopefully by day’s end at her blog:

  2. SomeGuyNamedMark says:

    Pfft, so what?  It can be tripped with a liquorice whip.

  3. tyger11 says:

    Nice. I’ve never thought an AT-AT looked particularly delicious until now…

    Also nice to see the AT-AT with the cone of shame in the Boing Boing store article from a recent days was changed to link to the original design by Go Ape.

  4. I showed my 6 and 9 year old kids and now they will bug mommy until she helps them make one of these.  She is a pastry chef, so I am naturally saved from doing any of the hard work. I’ll mostly just get to admire and eat it.

  5. jandrese says:

    People actually eat gingerbread houses?

  6. DonSayers says:

    Not as cool as the gingerbread TARDIS I made last year.

  7. Palomino says:

    I want to split it open and crawl inside…

  8. penguinchris says:

    In case anyone’s wondering, the Discovery Science Museum is very much a typical watered-down kid-oriented science museum, but it wouldn’t be a bad place to take the kids. There are some very cool interactive things there. But if you’re used to bigger science museums, like the Ontario Science Center in Toronto I went to frequently as a kid, you (and your kids) will be sorely disappointed.

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